Notes: PGA Tour Q-School second stage, Day 2

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Bear Creek Golf Club, Murrieta, Calif.

Full Results

Nov. 14-17

Leader: Danny Lee, 7-under 65. Lee, the 2008 U.S. Amateur champion, was a PGA Tour rookie. He finished 166th on the money list after posting three top-25s in 26 starts.

Number of qualifying spots: 19 and ties

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WHO’S IN GOOD SHAPE

Kyung-Tae Kim, a member of the International team at last year’s Presidents Cup, is T-7 after shooting 68.

• Former Georgia Tech standout Chesson Hadley also shot 68. Hadley was one of the six players to advance to second stage after Blayne Barber disqualified himself from Q-School’s first stage.

Patrick Cantlay, the 2011 Haskins Award winner as college golf’s player of the year, is T-15 after shooting 70. Cantlay already secured Web.com Tour status for 2013 by finishing 79th on that tour’s money list in just four starts. He finished second at the Chiquita Classic and T-5 at the Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open.

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WHO HAS WORK TO DO

Nick Taylor, the 2010 Ben Hogan Award winner, is T-24 after shooting 71. He is one shot outside the cut line.

• France’s Romain Wattel shot 72. The 21-year-old is No. 50 in the European Tour’s Race to Dubai. He also was a member of France’s victorious team at the 2010 World Amateur Team Championship.

Bryden Macpherson, the 2011 British Amateur champion, is T-59 after shooting 75, as is 2011 U.S. Amateur medalist Gregor Main, a former teammate of Cantlay at UCLA.

• Stanford’s Andrew Yun, the 2012 Pac-12 champion, is T-70 after shooting 76. Champions Tour player Michael Allen also shot 76.




TPC Craig Ranch, McKinney, Texas

Full Results

Nov. 13-16

Leader: Scott Gutschewski, 11-under 133 (67-66). Gutschewski finished 49th on this year’s Web.com Tour money list.

Number of qualifying spots: 20 and ties

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WHO’S IN GOOD SHAPE

Jeff Klauk, who’s making a comeback after being diagnosed with epilepsy, shot consecutive 68s and is T-6. He made four starts on this year’s Web.com Tour, making two cuts. Klauk sat out from June 2011 to September 2012.

Henrik Norlander, an All-American on Augusta State’s 2010 and 2011 NCAA title teams, also is T-6 after shooting 69-67. He made seven birdies Wednesday.

Kevin Tway, the son of former PGA Championship winner Bob Tway, is T-9 after shooting 69-68. He is one shot inside the cut line.

Daniel Miernicki, a 2012 first-team All-American at Oregon, is T-17 and on the cut line after shooting consecutive 69s.

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WHO HAS WORK TO DO

• Texas sophomore Jordan Spieth is T-27 after shooting 71-69. Spieth is two shots off the cut line.

• North Florida senior Sean Dale dropped from T-6 to T-40 after shooting 74 Wednesday. He shot 68 in the first round. Dale had four birdies, but made a triple-bogey on the par-3 seventh hole.

J.J. Killeen, the 2011 Web.com Tour player of the year, is T-40 after shooting 70-72. He finished 157th on the PGA Tour money list this year.

Michael Sim, the 2009 Web.com Tour player of the year, is T-61 after shooting 71-74. Sim finished 149th on the Web.com Tour money list after making just five of 14 cuts. He’s dropped to 1,300th in the Official World Golf Ranking after cracking the top 50 in 2009.




Redstone Golf Club (Member), Humble, Texas

Full Results

Nov. 13-16

Leader: Franklin Corpening (67-67)/Jin Park (67-67), 10-under 134.

Number of qualifying spots: 19 and ties

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WHO’S IN GOOD SHAPE

Patrick Reed, who earned more than $300,000 on the PGA Tour in 2012 while relying on Monday qualifiers and sponsor exemptions, is in seventh after consecutive 68s.

Alexander Noren, No. 49 in the Official World Golf Ranking, shot 68 Wednesday and is T-8 at 7 under par. Noren won twice on the European Tour in 2011.

Mark Anderson, who finished 155th on this year’s PGA Tour money list as a rookie, moved up 36 spots on the leaderboard after a second-round 65. He shot 73 in the first round.

Kelly Kraft, the 2011 U.S. Amatuer champion, is on the cut line after shooting consecutive 70s.

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WHO HAS WORK TO DO

• Missouri senior Jace Long, No. 13 in the Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings, is T-33 after shooting 72-70.

• Former PGA Championship winner Rich Beem also shot 72-70 and is two shots outside the cut line.

David Gossett, who won the U.S. Amateur and the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic, is T-51 after shooting 74-71.




Hombre Golf Club (Bad/Ugly), Panama City Beach, Fla.

Full Results

Nov. 14-17

Leader: Fabian Gomez, 8-under 63. The Argentine finished 55th on this year’s Web.com Tour money list. He played his only PGA Tour season in 2011, finishing 157th on the money list.

Number of qualifying spots: 19 and ties

• • •

WHO’S IN GOOD SHAPE

Nate McCoy, an Iowa State All-American who turned pro after this year’s NCAA Championship, opened with a bogey-free 65 and is T-3.

Brett Wetterich, a member of the 2006 Ryder Cup team, is T-15 after shooting 68. He was 114th on this year’s Web.com Tour money list.

• Two-time heart transplant recipient Erik Compton also shot 68. Compton, a PGA Tour rookie in 2012, finished 165th on this year’s Tour money list.

• • •

WHO HAS WORK TO DO

John Peterson is T-26, one shot outside the cut line, after opening with a 69 that featured two birdies and 16 pars. He hit a fairway-bunker shot on No. 2 into a lake, then holed out from 83 yards for par.

Scott Langley the 2010 NCAA champion, is T-45 after shooting 71.

Hunter Hamrick, the former Alabama player who finished T-46 in his pro debut at this year’s U.S. Open, opened with 74. He made 16 pars, but had a bogey at No. 4 and double-bogey at the eighth hole.




Southern Hills Plantation, Brooksville, Fla.

Full Results

Nov. 14-17

Leader: Brian Duncan, 7-under 65. Duncan, 29, has played just one PGA Tour and nine Web.com Tour events in his career. He finished 20th on this year’s eGolf Professional Tour money list.

Number of qualifying spots: 19 and ties

• • •

WHO’S IN GOOD SHAPE

Brandon Brown, the NGA Tour’s leading money winner the past two seasons, is T-4 after shooting 5-under 67. He made eagle on the 330-yard, par-4 ninth hole.

Billy Hurley, who just completed his rookie season on the PGA Tour, also shot 67. Hurley finished 151st on the money list, $165 behind No. 150 Brendon Todd. The top 150 on the money list are exempt into final stage. Hurley’s best finish in 2012 was T-4 at the AT&T National. He missed six of his final seven cuts, and made just $8,920 in that span.

Matt Hill, the 2009 NCAA champion and player of the year, shot 67. Hill won this year’s Canadian Tour order of merit.

Robert Karlsson, a member of Europe’s 2006 and 2008 Ryder Cup teams, is T-11 after shooting 68.

• • •

WHO HAS WORK TO DO

• Former U.S. Junior champion and Stanford All-American Sihwan Kim is T-29 after shooting 70. He finished 34th on this year’s Challenge Tour order of merit.

Corbin Mills, the 2011 U.S. Amateur Public Links champion, is T-35 after shooting a 71 that included five birdies. Mills advanced to second stage after Blayne Barber disqualified himself from first stage.

• Two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen is T-46 after shooting 72.




Plantation Preserve Golf Course & Club, Plantation, Fla.

Full Results

Nov. 13-16

Leader: Rob Oppenheim, 12-under 130 (63-67). Oppenheim, seeking his first PGA Tour card, finished 42nd on this year’s Web.com Tour money list. He recently became the fourth player in Web.com Tour history to register a hole-in-one on a par-4. The Massachusetts native aced the 330-yard 14th hole during the final round of the Web.com Tour Championship at TPC Craig Ranch near Dallas.

Number of qualifying spots: 19 and ties

• • •

WHO’S IN GOOD SHAPE

Ross Fisher, a member of Europe’s victorious 2010 Ryder Cup team, shot a bogey-free 66 Wednesday and is in fifth place at 8-under 134.

Jon Curran, Keegan Bradley’s former high-school teammate, is T-13 at 5 under par after shooting 68-69.

Stephan Jaeger, a 2012 first-team All-American at Chattanooga, shot 64 to move up 42 spots on the leaderboard and into a tie for ninth. Jaeger shot 72 in the first round.

Hank Kuehne shot 64 Wednesday to move up 49 spots on the leaderboard and onto the cut line. His second round was 10 shots better than his opening 74. He made just two of 12 PGA Tour cuts in 2012, and didn’t finish better than 62nd.

James White, a 2011 first-team All-American at Georgia Tech, shot a bogey-free 65 Wednesday and is T-18 at 4-under 138. He made two double-bogeys in Tuesday’s 73.

• • •

WHO HAS WORK TO DO

Manuel Villegas, the younger brother of PGA Tour player Camilo, shot 72 to fall from T-7 to T-28. He shot 67 in the first round.

Diego Velasquez, a first-team All-American at Oregon State in 2010, is T-47 after shooting 72-69.

Notah Begay, who won two PGA Tour events apiece in 1999 and 2000, is T-67 at 3-over 145 (71-74).

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